Through the United Way Grant, we will be able to provide nutritional guidance for the End 68 Hours of Hunger programs in York County. End 68 Hours of Hunger relies on volunteers and donations to provide backpacks full of food over the weekend for children who might otherwise go hungry. By offering technical nutrition assistance, we hope to see healthier food options going home with kids, as well as improved nutritional knowledge for students, families and volunteers.
For more information about 68 Hours of Hunger, visit their website.
For more information about this project, contact Kaytlin Kimball.